Also, the good news is that OnePlus One will continue to receive OTA updates from Cyanogen like other markets around the world, said the company.
Regarding the legal settlement, Vikas Agarwal, General Manager - India, OnePlus said, "OnePlus remains vindicated of the recent trials and tribulations that has surrounded the company due to legal tussle with Micromax over exclusivity on CyanogenOS. We are happy to confirm that all ‘OnePlus One' users in India will continue to receive OTA updates from Cyanogen in-line with our users in markets around of the world."
Recapping the specs, OnePlus One is powered by Qualcomm's one of the latest SoCs Snapdragon 801 with 2.5GHz Quad-core CPUs, coupled with 3GB of RAM.
OnePlus One runs on CyanogenMod 11S OS based on Android 4.4 (KitKat) platform. Also, it features a 5.5-inch Full HD display offering a resolution of 1920 ×1080 pixels slapped with Corning Gorilla Glass 3 on it.
On the imaging front the handset is pretty equipped, as it uses a 13MP rear camera with Sony's IMX214 stacked sensor with 6-element lens, f/2.0 aperture, dual LED flash 4K video recording.
Moreover, a 5MP front-facing snapper with f/2.0 aperture is also a standard one. Connectivity option includes 4G LTE / 3G, Wi-Fi 802.11 ac (2.4/5 GHz), WiFi Direct, Bluetooth 4.1, GPS and NFC.
Further it draws energy from a heavy 3100 mAh battery. The price of OnePlus One 16GB variant is 18,999, while the 64GB cost around Rs. 21,999